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Cleantech Solar commissions a 1 MW rooftop solar PV project for DENSO TEN in Rayong, Thailand – EQ Mag Pro

Cleantech Solar commissions a 1 MW rooftop solar PV project for DENSO TEN in Rayong, Thailand – EQ Mag Pro

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Rayong, Thailand : Cleantech Solar, a leading provider of renewable energy solutions to corporations in Southeast Asia and India, has commissioned a 1 MWp rooftop solar PV system for DENSO TEN at their manufacturing facility in Rayong, Thailand.

The solar PV project has been delivered under a long-term Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) signed between Cleantech Solar and DENSO TEN (THAILAND) Limited, a subsidiary of DENSO TEN Limited, which is engaged in manufacturing automotive electronics and audio-visual components.

This long-term partnership between Cleantech Solar and DENSO TEN in Thailand is expected to generate nearly 18 GWh of clean energy during the system’s lifetime, which amounts to offsetting over 10 kilotonnes of CO2 emissions. The solar PV system will help DENSO TEN harness the benefits of clean renewable energy, fulfilling their social responsibility targets, saving on energy costs and enabling a more sustainable supply chain.

Mr. Satoshi Tai, President of DENSO TEN (THAILAND) Limited, said:

“We conduct business with environmental care as an integral part of our corporate philosophy by Creating a sustainable society through mobility by earth-friendly energy for a more sustainable future. It is also the implementation of DENSO Group policy to eliminate CO2 emissions by 2035.”

Mr. Raju Shukla, Founder and CEO of Cleantech Solar, said:

“It is a pleasure for us to be the trusted solar partner for DENSO TEN (THAILAND). Thailand is an important market, where we have been witnessing rising uptake of green energy by top-tier industrial customers. Cleantech Solar’s high-quality solar PV system will power the industry-leading manufacturer’s operations in a clean and sustainable manner, providing multiple benefits by way of markedly reduced emissions and electricity costs, along with security of energy supply and price stability. Congratulations to both teams on the successful commissioning of the PV system!”

About Cleantech Solar :

Cleantech Solar is a pan-Asia supplier of renewable energy to corporates, combining the capabilities of a regional player with responsiveness and agility.

Headquartered in Singapore, Cleantech Solar has been selected for numerous solar power plants across India and Southeast Asia, covering over 600 MW across the various stages of operations, construction and development. This includes installations in Singapore, India, Cambodia, Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand and Vietnam.

Cleantech Solar is backed by long term strategic shareholders – Keppel Corporation, Keppel Asia Infrastructure Fund and Shell Eastern Petroleum. This project is co-funded by Climate Investor One.

The company helps corporations to meet their sustainability goals, offering them a unique combination of:

  • Shared values ensuring long-term partnership
  • Leading technical expertise with a strong focus on delivering safe and high-quality projects
  • Experienced local teams in all markets to ensure compliance and smooth execution
  • Virtual control room managing the whole cycle of operations, monitoring and comprehensive maintenance of our solar PV plants, thereby delivering optimised performance in real time

About DENSO TEN (THAILAND) Limited:

DENSO TEN (THAILAND) Limited was established on August 11, 1998. The manufacturing plant started in 2002 in Rayong. With a total area of 32,000 m2 and a factory area of 9900 m2 in 2022, the company has 647 employees.

In 2017, there was a change in the main shareholders. Therefore, the name was changed from Fujitsu Ten to DENSO TEN.

DENSO TEN products:

DENSO TEN produces car audios and accessories.

CI = Car infotainment businesses such as CD players, AVN/Display Audio

CN = Connected businesses such as eCall, TCU, and OBD.

Their main customers are automobile manufacturers.

Source: cleantechsolar
Anand Gupta Editor - EQ Int'l Media Network